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Jéssica Rodrigues de Paula Albuquerque

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Química de São Carlos (IQSC)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

She graduated from the Sao Carlos Institute of Chemistry - University of Sao Paulo (IQSC/ USP), receiving her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, with a technological option in Materials, in February 2018. At the beginning of her undergraduate studies, in 2012, she was deputy project director at the Sao Carlos Institute of Chemistry Junior (IQSC Jr.) to work on her entrepreneurial skills. In 2013, she was granted a FAPESP scholarship for undergraduate research to work at the Group of Electrochemistry, under the supervision of Prof., PhD, Fábio Henrique Barros de Lima where, together, they studied bifunctional electrocatalysts for regenerative fuel cells. In 2014, she was fellow of CAPES / BRAFITEC scholarship program, to join the Engineering and Processes for Energy and Environment course at the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble for one year. Still in France, she carried out a 5-month internship at LEPMI, working on the development of polymeric conductive membranes for lithium/ sulfur batteries, a project supported by the CNRS. Back in Brazil, she joined the Group of Chemistry of Hybrid and Inorganic Materials in 2016, being a CNPq fellow and working under the supervision of Prof., PhD, Ubirajara Pereira Rodrigues Filho. In the laboratory, she studied the formulation of hybrid materials for the manufacture of thin films and means to incorporate silver nanoparticles to impart antimicrobial activity to the films. In 2017, she was a Research & Development intern at 3M, where she worked in the departments of EHS Product and Toxicology. She was one of the leaders in the 3M Brazil MSDS compliance project, according to the GHS standard. She was also responsible for reviewing and translating MSDS, preparing toxicology statements for chemicals, approving new products, creating and managing LCM and calculating persistent chemicals in finished products, to assist in environmental assessment. During her Gap Year in 2018, she took the opportunity to deepen her English language skills in addition to studying for the GRE and TOEFL tests for academic purposes. She was considered a C2-level student by Kaplan International and earned a 3-month course on dedication. Showing an inclination towards the frontier between materials sciences and their application in the health field she seeks to perfect and to specialize her knowledge by pursuing a Masters in this domain. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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